Oil and gas remain fundamental to the production of nearly all goods and services purchased by Canadian families.
Last election, the prime minister said he doesn’t worry about monetary policy.
The appointment of Steven Guilbeault can only be explained by his radical commitment to snuff out fossil fuels.
Despite the global recovery in energy prices, Canadian oil prices dropped to US$27.
The so-called “Global Adjustment” covers everything other than the cost of actually generating electricity.
Ontario electricity prices are significantly higher than they are in neighbouring Quebec.
Wind, solar and biomass policies have resulted in high additional costs for consumers.
Over the past decade, the province of Alberta treated boom-time resource revenues like a permanent state of affairs. That set the province up for fiscal failure, for multiple lost opportunities.